Our mantra Connecting the Community Across the Globe extends to other associations and communities in our industry as well. Feel free to reach out to any listed here and find out what’s going in our industry!

Arizona Spa Association

(928) 284-8503   

The Arizona Spa & Wellness Association is dedicated to sharing information and inspiring healthy lifestyle choices through spa, wellness, fitness and health.  Our vision is to support the vitality and well-being of community, industry and individuals.

CIDESCO

+41 44 448 22 00

CIDESCO is the World Standard for Beauty and Spa Therapy.

Our membership is open to the leading schools, colleges, beauty salons and spas of the world and students looking to achieve a superior level of training and the CIDESCO Diploma qualification which is recognised worldwide.

Asia Pacific Spa & Wellness Coalition

+91 9168278669 / 70

The Asia Pacific Spa & Wellness Coalition is dedicated to bring you the best industry education and networking opportunities available.

American Massage Therapy Association

(877) 905-0577  

The American Massage Therapy Association is the largest non-profit, professional association serving massage therapists, massage students and massage schools. The association is directed by volunteer leadership and fosters ongoing, direct member-involvement through its 51 chapters. AMTA works to advance the profession through ethics and standards, the promotion of fair and consistent licensing of massage therapists in all states, and public education on the benefits of massage.

Florida Spa Association

(954) 475-1246    

The Florida Spa Association is a great organization for networking professionals to build new working relationships with others within their field. The FSA also provides continuing education, access to new products, services and employment opportunities throughout the state of Florida.

Club Spa and Fitness Association

786-554-2933 ext 4

Our mission is to set best practices and to maintain superior business and ethical standards for fitness, spa and wellness professional in the private club sector.

Wellness Tourism Association

800.450.1443     

Our mission is to support and further the growth and development of the wellness tourism industry through networking, education, communication and marketing.

The Wellness Tourism Association (WTA) is a not-for-profit business, privately held and designed to serve the industry with the creation of networking, educational, and marketing opportunities..

ICMAD

800.334.2623

ICMAD is a non-profit trade association supporting creative, innovative companies, from startups to established multinational businesses of all sizes. ICMAD’s goal is to help our members succeed in the rapidly changing, highly competitive global cosmetics and personal care industry. Since 1974, ICMAD has provided essential guidance and support through business tools, publications, education, networking opportunities, and key advocacy support.

Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards

866.962.3926 

The mission of the Federation is to support its Member Boards in their work to ensure that the practice of massage therapy is provided to the public in a safe and effective manner.

Bay Area Beauty Association

415-757-5097

The Bay Area Beauty Association (BABA) unites and welcomes all verticals of the beauty industry including brands, manufacturers, suppliers, packaging companies, technology and e-commerce beauty companies, salon and spa businesses and independent beauty professionals. BABA provides resources, education, and support to its members via quarterly events, online webinars, a membership platform, job bank and corporate partnership that members can enjoy both professionally and personally.

Indie Beauty Expo

212.355.1572

IBE’s Mission is to provide a platform to recognize, showcase, and celebrate independent beauty, wellness, and lifestyle brands.

Green Spa Network

1-800-275-3045

Green Spa Network is a community of people who are leading the way to transform the spa industry to be more efficient, sustainable, and earth-friendly. Our work goes beyond the direct impact we individually and collectively as spas make on our natural environment — we are environmental ambassadors and spokespeople to the millions of spa visitors we come into contact with every year.

Hawaii Spa Association

(702) 604.0694

The mission of Hi-Spa is to build a collaborative group of like-minded spa professionals who by cooperative efforts strive to increase overall market share of spa and wellness services in the leisure market in Hawaii.

Association of Malaysian Spas

+603 2858 7800

AMSPA is the loudest voice and strongest influence in representing the Malaysian spa industry within the country as well as outside Malaysia. Among of the efforts that we will undertake are to continue and enhance the good relationships that we have achieved with the various government ministries, departments and agencies, pursuing their on-going programmes and exploring new initiatives and programmes for the benefits of our members.

National Aesthetic Spa Network

772.882.2300

The National Aesthetic Spa Network is a non-profit organization which offers complimentary membership, affordable educational events and business scholarships to skincare and spa entrepreneurs. For more information or to apply for a scholarship visit NASN

National Coalition of Estheticians, Manufacturers/Distributors & Associations

201.670.4100     

The NCEA has been helping Estheticians raise standards with national credentialing and continuing education accreditation since 2000. Creation of the National Esthetician Certification – NCEA Certified credential is the highest voluntary credential in the United States–raising the standards of our profession beyond entry-level licensure. The NCEA Commission on Accreditation (COA) was formed to facilitate and supervise the continuing education requirements of the skin care professional for recertification and/or relicensure.

Caribbean Spa Association

CSPA is dedicated to connecting the Caribbean spa industry to the international community by providing invaluable research, marketing, educational, and networking opportunities.

IDEA Health and Fitness Association

800.999.4332

The world’s largest association for fitness and wellness professionals.

Professional Beauty Association

800.468.2274

The Professional Beauty Association (PBA) advances the professional beauty industry by providing our members with education, charitable outreach, government advocacy, events and more.

The NCEA has been helping Estheticians raise standards with national credentialing and continuing education accreditation since 2000. Creation of the National Esthetician Certification – NCEA Certified credential is the highest voluntary credential in the United States–raising the standards of our profession beyond entry-level licensure. The NCEA Commission on Accreditation (COA) was formed to facilitate and supervise the continuing education requirements of the skin care professional for recertification and/or relicensure.

iConnection

(557) 788-4873

Their first event was held March 2011 at the Grand Hyatt in Carlsbad with over 100 spa directors in attendance, Dr. Murad as the keynote speaker and 40 vendors. Since then they have held events in the areas of Ojai, Orange County, San Diego and even sailing on a presidential yacht. Spa Connection is now entering it’s 3rd successful year in 2013 and the 4 partners still meet around that big grandiose table in Spa Gregories to discuss their next plan of attack!

Salon & Spa Professional Association

952.925.9731

The Salon & Spa Professional Association is a community of salon professionals in the Upper Midwest connected by a common passion for learning, growing and raising the professionalism of the entire salon industry. Through our legislative advocacy and activism you have a strong voice in our communities, our industry, and with our government.

Salon & Spa Professionals of NYS

Join the only New York State statewide industry organization for salon and spa professionals!  The Salon & Spa Professionals of NYS was created by industry professionals for industry professionals.  We provide a voice in Albany on behalf of our members for statewide legislative issues, access to much-needed benefits programs, offer quality education led by industry leaders, and seek to elevate our growing industry to the highest level.  

Florida State Massage Therapy Association

(407) 786-3307 

The FSMTA, (Florida State Massage Therapy Association) was established in 1939!  The FSMTA is an advocate for both Massage Therapists, and the Massage Therapy profession.  The FSMTA has been a consistent source for success, and for uniting new and established Massage Therapists.  FSMTA host the annual Florida Massage Convention and Trade Show, which is the largest in the nation. The Convention is open to members and non-members as well.   FSMTA’s membership is open to practitioners in all 50 states, as well as businesses, massage schools, and supporting organizations.  There are 19 Chapters located throughout Florida.  Membership has many benefits including a professional publication, newsletters, legislative updates,continuing education, travel, product and educational discounts and much more.  Visit www.fsmta.org to learn more and to join today.

National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork

800-296-0664 

The National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) is an independent, private, nonprofit organization founded in 1992.  The mission of NCBTMB is to define and advance the highest standards in the massage therapy and bodywork profession. In support of this mission, NCBTMB serves the profession through Board Certification, Approved Providers, and Assigned Schools.

SOCIETY OF DERMATOLOGY SKINCARE SPECIALISTS

(201) 670-4100

The SDSS is a voluntary organization that is helping Estheticians develop and foster the highest standards of skin care in the dermatology setting. The SDSS members have worked with the National Coalition of Estheticians, Manufactuers/Distributors & Associations to help develop the  National Esthetician Certification. The SDSS will promote the profession of dermatology skin care through interdisciplinary collaboration and by acting as a resource about the profession for other health care professionals.

SOCIETY OF PERMANENT COSMETIC PROFESSIONALS (SPCP)

(847) 635-1330 

The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals is a highly regarded nonprofit membership organization that is dedicated to promoting cosmetic tattoo safety, excellence, and professional standards by providing education, credentialing, and industry guidelines.

NATIONAL LATINO COSMETOLOGY ASSOCIATION

(702) 448-5020

Connecting beauty, health and wellness to a community of trade Industry professionals. A unique non-profit, assisting in career leadership skills, self improvement, health and fitness and education in beauty treatments for niche marketing.


 
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